Smart square cufflinks featuring the iconic image of Monarch of the Glen painted by Sir Edwin Landseer in 1851, from the collection of the National Galleries of Scotland.
The Monarch of the Glen (c.1851) is an icon, a swirling storm of Victorian melodrama. There has never been a more potent, visual evocation of Scotland’s impact upon the popular imagination - it’s right up there with bagpipes, tartan and a mouthful of shortbread.
Long lasting resin framed in fine rhodium plated cufflink with fixed oval back.
Boxed in a smart polished gift box in black and turnable soft leather top in green with cushiony inner side where the cufflinks lie fixed by elastic bands.